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Experience a double debut! The opening of the gorgeous new Dallas City Performance Hall and the inaugural concert of the Dallas Chamber Symphony. Join us for a complimentary champagne toast presented by Ron Corning of WFAA’s Daybreak, as you sit back, relax, and enjoy a delightful program, featuring soprano Laura Mercado Wright, and works by Mozart, Falla and Beethoven.
Pianist Alessio Bax creates “a ravishing listening experience” with his lyrical playing, insightful interpretations, and dazzling facility. Enjoy this recital experience, presented to you by the Dallas Chamber Symphony, featuring works by Brahms, Rachmaninoff, Ravel, and more!
The Dallas Chamber Symphony innovates, with the launch of a brand new Silent Film Series. Featuring a newly commissioned score by Austin-based composer, Brian Satterwhite, the orchestra performs in accompaniment to A Sailor-Made Man, starring Harold Lloyd. The program also features the devilishly challenging and virtuosic Chamber Symphony, by John Adams.
After the thrilling debut of the new Silent Film Series last fall, the orchestra continues with Robert Wiene’s feature-length classic, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari. Composer Brian Satterwhite provides the new soundtrack, to be premiered live-to-film by the Dallas Chamber Symphony.
Enjoy three days of phenomenal performances, as some of the finest pianists in the world descend on Dallas compete in the annual Dallas International Piano Competition, held at Southern Methodist University’s Meadows School of the Arts. Observe master classes by distinguished faculty of the SMU Piano Division, and don’t forget to hear the winner’s debut in concert with the Dallas Chamber Symphony during the 2013/14 season.
Comprised of principal players of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, the Wyeth Quartet has thrilled audiences of all ages with its virtuosic and energetic performances of classical and contemporary chamber music. Critics say that the Wyeth String Quartet’s performances are “stellar”, “breathtaking”, and “how chamber music should always be played”. The program features both traditional string quartets, and the modern and “evanescent” “Psalom” and “Summa” by Estonian composer, Arvo Pärt – whose works are inspired by sacred music of the Italian Renaissance.
Winner of the Dallas International Piano Competition 2013, Congcong Chai gives his Dallas Chamber Symphony debut on Rachmaninoff’s First Piano Concerto. Having dazzled the judges of the DIPC last March, this concert is sure to impress. Brahms’ Symphony No. 4 and Beethoven Coriolan Overture round out this traditional symphonic program.